A robotic Russian resupply ship linked up with the International Space Station early Thursday (Feb. 15) to deliver 3 tons of cargo, including fresh food, supplies and science gear for the astronauts on board.
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A space telescope confirms 95 new faraway planets, the Olympic Winter Games get a boost from NASA, and the Tesla Roadster travelling around the sun could crash in the next few million years. These are some of this week's top stories at Space.com.
Here's a new perspective on your home planet, helpfully provided by a NASA asteroid-sampling probe.
The beauty, intrigue and diversity of the Saturn system come through loud and clear in a newly released photo that doesn't even show the giant planet itself.
A single launch pumps a relatively small amount of emissions into the atmosphere, but SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has suggested sending a million people to Mars.
Elon Musk's space car is headed for a hell of a crash a few million years down the road, a new study suggests.
The Pentagon plans to spend $2 billion over the next five years on a new constellation of Global Positioning System satellites that will be hardened to withstand electronic interference from hostile nations.
New report by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: China and Russia "would justify attacks against U.S. and allied satellites."
See photos from Expedition 54's spacewalks outside the International Space Station.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has issued a statement of support for SpaceX's envisioned Starlink constellation, a huge network of Earth-orbiting spacecraft that will provide internet service to folks around the world.
Leaders of the American Astronomical Society have denounced the White House's proposed cancellation of NASA's next major space science mission, the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST).
A rare meteorite that plowed through the Arizona desert nearly 50,000 years ago sold for a staggering $237,500 during an online auction.
Leonid Kadenyuk, the first astronaut from an independent Ukraine who made his first and only flight aboard space shuttle Columbia in the late 1990s, has died.
The search for Earth-like planets just got a major upgrade: The European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile successfully integrated the light from all four of its 8.2-meter (27 feet) unit telescopes into a new instrument.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory spacecraft captured gorgeous views of a total solar eclipse on Sunday (Feb. 11), making the mission's birthday even more special.
Saturn's cratered moon Rhea passes in front of the hazy giant Titan in an image from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, which completed its mission by diving into Saturn in September.
A planet orbiting in the "habitable zone" of its parent star may host a critical ingredient for life as we know it. But what if the habitable zone is unstable? Can life still thrive there?
A cluster of superhot stars glows in the core of the Rosette Nebula in this deep-space image by astrophotographer John Chumack.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter Monday (Feb. 12) to share some new details on last week's Falcon Heavy test flight, including why the massive rocket's core booster crashed. SpaceX is also building a new droneship for rocket landings at sea, he added.